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Data breaches continue to be a threat. Since the start of 2018, at least 19 consumer companies reported that customer information was made vulnerable.
In a court document, prosecutors allege that "multiple terabytes" of stolen data were found in a server seized from suspect Paige Thompson.
Security researchers warned for years about the cloud-security flaw used in the massive Capital One hack, but Amazon apparently leaves it up to custom...
At the core of it, it's a simple IT error, but it shows that "the cloud," especially cloud security, is still being figured out.
Capital One and GitHub are being sued over allegations of not doing enough to protect customers after a massive data breach that affected over 100 mil...
The lawsuit alleges the two companies failed to "exercise reasonable care" in protecting over 100 million customers affected by the breach.
See the raid where the 33-year-old woman accused of hacking Capital One was apprehended by camouflaged, armed FBI agents
On Monday, armed, camouflaged FBI agents raided a Seattle home to arrest Paige Thompson, the 33-year-old woman accused of hacking Capital One.
There are 2 free ways to safeguard your identity after a massive data breach like Capital One’s: freeze your credit or set up a fraud alert
If you think your information has been stolen, you have two options to protect against future fraud: set up a fraud alert or freeze your credit.
A 33-year-old woman who used to work for Amazon is the suspect in the massive Capital One hack — meet Paige Thompson
Thompson is accused of stealing data from millions of Capital One customers, including Social Security numbers and linked bank accounts.
100 million Capital One credit-card customers have had their data hacked. Here’s what you should do instead of freaking out.
Capital One reported that it was hit with a data breach affecting 100 million users in the US. Here's what to do, according to a financial planner.
If you applied for a Capital One credit card between 2005 and 2019, you might be one of the 100 million people affected.
The bank said no SSNs or credit card numbers were compromised, then proceeded to list how many SSNs and credit card numbers were compromised.